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Armeniaca, referring to the species as Mala armeniaca “Armenian apple”. The origin of the apricot is disputed. It was known in Armenia during ancient times and has been cultivated there for so long that it is often thought to have originated there. Its scientific name is Prunus Armeniaca (Armenian plum). An apricot is a fruit, of several species in the genus Prunus (stone fruits).
When apricots are dried, the relative concentration of nutrients is increased, with vitamin A, vitamin E, potassium, and iron having daily values above 25%.
Apricots contain a number of potent antioxidants. It is a good source of both vitamin A (from beta-carotene) and vitamin C. Apricots May Protect Your Eyesight, also protect Against Inflammation. Apricots are a good source of dietary fiber. This overall fiber content should be helpful for most people in supporting digestive health. Within the total dietary fiber provided by apricots, about half consists of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber is one type of fiber that can help to control blood cholesterol levels.
In a 100-gram amount, raw apricots supply 48 Calories and are composed of 11% carbohydrates, 1% protein, less than 1% fat, and 86% water (table). Raw apricots are a moderate source of vitamin A and vitamin C (12% of the Daily Value each).
Heritage On My Plate brings you a unique blend of dried apricots and raw mango in the form of sweet and tangy chutney. It will elevate your snacking experience! Apricot Chutney is a sweet & tangy chutney with raw cane sugar is used! No preservatives, No Additives are there.